Controlling the emotional state and productivity of the brain
CleverPoint is capable of recording and recognizing emotional states, mental activity or relaxation, as well as their expression level
CleverPoint can be used to assess the cognitive state and the level of emotional stress in those areas where there is often an emotional or mental overload - in dispatchers, doctors, athletes, programmers. Brainwaves change their rhythm during the transition from wakefulness to sleep. Therefore, the neuro-headset can monitor fatigue among drivers and signal about falling asleep
ReferencesIdentifying Stable Patterns over Time for Emotion Recognition from EEG
Stress, emotion regulation and cognitive performance: The predictive contributions of trait and state relative frontal EEG alpha asymmetry
EEG-neurofeedback for optimising performance. I: A review of cognitive and affective outcome in healthy participants
The Influence of Perceived Stress on Cortical Reactivity: A Proof-Of-Principle Study
Mapping complex mind states: EEG neural substrates of meditative unified compassionate awareness
CleverPoint is ideal for sports neurofitnesses, as it combines the functions of a neuro-headset and a fitness tracker.
Education. Self-regulation. Neurofitness
Neurofitness is a brain training based on the feedback principle. Our brain has neuroplasticity, i.e. is able to change under the influence of specialized training, and also to restore the lost connections after damage or as a response to external influences.
The CleverPoint headset is capable of recording brain biorhythms, and special software teaches a person to change these biorhythms without using medication.
Neurofitness is effective for improving professionally important qualities, as well as optimizing cognitive and psychoemotional abilities. In addition, the neurofitness actively begins to be used in the sport of high achievements to improve peak performance and improve control over stress.
ReferencesNeuroplasticity: Changes in grey matter induced by training
Evidence-based practice in biofeedback and neurofeedback.
Closed-loop brain training: the science of neurofeedback
Principles and Practice of Stress Management, Third Edition
Neocortical Dynamics: Implications for Understanding the Role of Neurofeedback and Related Techniques for the Enhancement of Attention
A theory of alpha/theta neurofeedback, creative performance enhancement, long distance functional connectivity and psychological integration
EEG Neurofeedback: A Brief Overview and an Example of Peak Alpha Frequency Training for Cognitive Enhancement in the Elderly
Neurofeedback training of the upper alpha frequency band in EEG improves cognitive performance
ReferencesAn overview of the internet of things for people with disabilities
BCI Application in Robotics Control
Development of a Human Machine Interface for Control of Robotic Wheelchair and Smart Environment
Improving BCI performance through co-adaptation: Applications to the P300-speller
Trends in EEG-BCI for daily-life: Requirements for artifact removal
Mental control of smart environment
When the brain gives a command to the arm or leg to move itself, or reacts to external signals (light, sound), then some of its rhythms become unsynchronized. Each person has his own rhythm pattern. By training, you can train the software application to recognize mental commands and program a specific action - for example, answering a phone call, controlling the volume. You can program interactions with such environments as "smart home", "smart workplace".
People with disabilities can learn to control wheelchairs or household appliances, print on computers with the power of thought.
With the help of the neuro-headset, it is possible to carry out marketing research and evaluate the emotional response of the consumer to certain marketing stimuli. Such a study will be much more accurate than classical methods: focus groups, surveys and questionnaires in which people feeling social pressure are not always honest with their answers.
ReferencesThe study of brain activity during the observation of commercial advertising by using high resolution EEG techniques.
Enhance of theta eeg spectral activity related to the memorization of commercial advertisings in chinese and italian subjects.
NeuroPlace: Categorizing urban places according to mental states
Games and EntertainmentUsing brain waves to control games allows you to bring the gameplay to a new level of sensation. For example, computer game scenarios can be tailored to the player's emotional response. Mental commands allow you to control both ordinary realworld toys - motorized cars, helicopters, but also actions in computer games. In addition, games with a neuro-headset can be used to teach emotional control and / or neuroprosthetic rehabilitation.
ReferencesEEG control of a virtual helicopter in 3-dimensional space using intelligent control strategies
Two brains one game: design and evaluation of a multi-user bci video game based on motor imagery
Brain-computer interfaces: applying our minds to human-computer interaction
Development of a Novel Motor Imagery Control Technique and Application in a Gaming Environment
Monitoring the electrical activity of the brain with the help of the neuro-headset CleverPoint can be used to identify health problems such as brain structure disorders (tumors, trauma, strokes), epilepsy, sleep disorders (eg, narcolepsy), cerebral edema, to predict cognitive impairment/worthening in Parkinson's disease.
Using the principles of biological feedback (neurofeedback) the neuro-headset can be used as a primary or auxiliary device to correct a number of disorders of the nervous system.
ReferencesBrain tumor detection using scalp eeg with modified wavelet-ica and multi layer feed forward neural network.
Detection of primary brain tumor present in eeg signal using wavelet transform and neural network.
Automated eeg signal analysis for identification of epilepsy seizures and brain tumour
A closed-loop brain computer interface for real-time seizure detection and control
Review of brain computer interface application in diagnosing dyslexia.
Detection of a sleep disorder predicting parkinson’s disease
Post-acute stroke patients use brain-computer interface to activate electrical stimulation
Neurofeedback with anxiety and affective disorders